It's a pretty obvious manoeuvre, given that, at the moment, there is a real thirst for retro experiences: the SNES Mini, the recent rush of remasters from Shadow of the Colossus, to Okami HD, and both Mega Man Legacy Collection 1 and 2. While the first list of playable Genesis classics has not been released yet, a number of games are included in a short trailer. Assuming it's reasonably priced, it should be worth a look.
All of the usual suspects are there, with Sonic the Hedgehog naturally leading the way.
SEGA has announced that SEGA Mega Drive Classics will be landing on Steam for the PC.
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Draghi warned however of risks stemming from "possible spillovers of the new trade measures announced by the USA administration". The EU could then also challenge the United States action in the WTO with the hope and expectation of winning as in 2003.
Games like Alien Storm, Shining Force, Gunstar Heroes, Gain Ground, Space Harrier, Revenge of Shinobi, and Columns will also be among the titles on offer, alongside Landstalker: The Treasures of King Nole and Phantasy Star IV: The End of the Millennium.
The collection features fan favorites like Streets of Rage, Altered Beast, Golden Axe, Sonic 3D Blast, and more. Oh yeah, and it's not coming to the Nintendo Switch.
Sega fans can now mark their calendars as the Sega Genesis Collection will be released for the aforementioned platforms on May 29th, 2018. Perhaps Sega has something different planned for Nintendo's latest?
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